This week we will be feature complete for the web version of Thumbprint. This still leaves tons of work cleaning, testing, and tweaking, but it's a huge milestone. As of now, if it works in the iOS app, it works in the web app, only it sometimes looks weird or is buggy. Next week the process of hammering away at it to find and fix bugs begins in earnest, but for now I'm very grateful to the Dev team for staying on-target despite having several unexpected tasks thrown at them over the last few months. Great job gang.
The new website revisions are live, and we're already seeing some good feedback and increased response, so thanks again to everyone who worked on that.
Thumbprint 1.1 continues to be hammered away on. There are a lot of changes under the hood, but the most exciting thing for me is to be able to update the look to match more closely the iOS7 aesthetic. It's much lighter, brighter, and less buttony. The bug list is finally starting to shrink, so I'm hopeful that a release is close at hand.
Finally, a big shout out to our QA staff. Sometimes the work sucks, but it's invaluable and allows us to catch what would otherwise be very nasty bugs. You have really stepped up your game so far this year, so thank you.
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Remember last week when I said the new website was coming? Well, it's here:
We've moved things around to make it easier for educators to understand what we do and how we can help. Our aim was to be clear and concise, because hey, you're busy. Please have a look and let us know how we did.